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Curating a COALA data centre in earth observation.

  • Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
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The curation of a COALA data centre is essential as access to information in real-time (or as close to as possible) is very high on the wish list of farmers and agricultural practitioners. Agriculturalists are looking for more efficient and effective ways to manage nutrients and water in their paddocks. In the first year of the…

Workshop on COALA business model

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Tue, October 20, 2020 8.00 a.m - 09.30 a.m. (CET) - 5.00 - 6.30 p.m (AUE) A short COALA workshop on the business model has held online by White Research partner. The aim was to present to the partners the potential business models under which COALA services could be exploited, making a selection of the...
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Building trust in Earth Observation products and services

  • University of Melbourne
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Building trust in Earth Observation products and services: the importance of calibration and validation procedures. These processes are key to the success of some new research in agritech. Co-creation and consultation are key pillars of the COALA project. In this project, the stakeholders’ wants and needs guide the development process. Remote sensing The COALA partners…

Plenary meeting November 23, 24 and 30, 2020

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The plenary meeting of COALA Project has been held on 23rd, 24th and 30 November 2020

Water and nutrient management in Australia

  • White Research
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Creating business value from data This blog contribution on water and nutrient management is from White Research. White Research (WR) is a social research and consulting subject matter expert. We specialise in consumer behaviour, market analysis, business planning and innovation management.  During the past few months, the COALA team has been closely working together with Australian stakeholders…

Webinar: Governance of Water Scarcity in the Murray-Darling Basin

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Thanks to Copernicus data, Europe and Australia launch a new challenge to improve the management of water and nutrients in the Murray Darling Basin.

From big tape to big data: the Digital Farming Age

  • Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
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Going from big tape to big data with satellites helped us enter the ‘Digital Farming Age’. And now the COALA project benefits from this heritage. The beginning of satellite images of Earth’s land surface The systematic acquisition of satellite images of land surface started in 1972 with the U.S. Landsat program. With this data-stream, it…

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COALA beginning a fruitful relationship – BCG & AgriSat

  • Agrisat
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COALA is bringing together experts from across the globe to bring their expertise to Australian agriculture. AgriSat is a Spanish agronomic consulting company based on new technologies such as satellite images and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Located in Albacete, Spain, it is operating globally. BCG is a member-based not for profit agricultural research organisation led by farmers in the Wimmera and Mallee regions of Victoria, Australia.

Round Table meetings, July 7-8-13, 2020

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Round Table meetings, July 7-8-13, 2020

View of northern NSW from Sentinel satelites for COALA blog

Copernicus: a Sentinel in space teaches us about land and the environment

  • UNSW
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Copernicus is the European Union’s Earth Observation Programme, looking at our planet and its environment. Data from space satellites can help inform us about processes here on Earth. Have you ever heard the saying ‘It’s hard to see the forest for the trees?’? Sometimes a little distance is what we need. We can learn a…

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